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Bible Teachings on Coronavirus Encouragement

Prayer is a two-way conversation with God. It is the most intimate relationship with the Creator you can have. In prayer, the depths of your spirit...

As you look forward, are you viewing the future with fear — or faith? As believers, we should move forward with confidence, based on the eternal...

The search for peace drives men and nations to great extremes.

Discover the dark roots of the meaning of pandemonium.

The message of God's Word is that fear — of enemies, of the future, of failure, whatever — need not dominate our lives and paralyze.

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Questions about Coronavirus Encouragement

We ask this question sometimes because we don't understand, but most usually when we are experiencing pain in our life.

While God grows our faith through pain, it is not His foremost reason for allowing us to hurt.

God cares about our spiritual life and our physical life. He created the human body, and he is pleased when we enjoy health and vigor.

The coronavirus pandemic is causing the world to realize just how fragile life can be.  More than ever, people need to hear that God is...

How could a loving, just, powerful God allow a tragedy like the coronavirus pandemic?  Doesn’t he care that innocent people are suffering and...

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Devotions about Coronavirus Encouragement

Stimulus bills have pumped trillions into the USA's economy, but even the government does not have unlimited resources.

When we feel at a loss to do anything—be encouraged, there is strength to do a small something. We can love. Find enough love to love others...

The spirit of fear seems to be working overtime these days. It can be crippling to anyone who holds onto it.

In between the clanging mumble of moments we call life, it helps to remember that the still, quiet voice of God is best heard in solitude.

Is it reasonable to be thankful even when things are difficult?

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Videos about Coronavirus Encouragement

A reading of Psalm 20 to comfort people during the COVID-19 crisis.

May the words of David provide peace, comfort, and encouragement as we walk through these difficult days of uncertainty.

Pat Robertson Calls on Christians to Pray for Victory Against the Pandemic: 'It's time for the church to go on the attack.'  

Let the words from Brother Lawrence’s book “The Practice of the Presence of God” comfort you during the COVID-19 crisis.

Join CBN President Gordon Robertson in prayer as he lifts up the coronavirus to God, asking for hope, comfort, and peace in these very difficult...

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Articles on Coronavirus Encouragement

You must Fear Fight. You must get into God's ring, rip off the leash of fear and be unafraid to declare who you are.

As we build relationships for the kingdom, let’s remember that we do so for the sake of our King. When we love him, we will naturally want to share...

As a lifetime dieter and exercise freak who has been struggling a bit due to the quarantine, I thought I’d share my weight loss hacks.

Live in victory rooted in Christ, no longer paralyzed by fear.

Living a life of worry has become so common, we’ve begun to consider it normal, even for believers. Just because something is common, doesn’t mean it...

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